Festival Facts (2021; 2020 canceled)
34th Annual Oregon Brewers Festival
Tom McCall Waterfront Park, 300 SW Naito Parkway, Portland, Oregon 97204
Four entrances: SW Oak Street, SW Pine St, under the Morrison St Bridge and along the sea wall at Pine.
Wednesday, July 28 through Saturday, July 31, 2021
Noon to 9 pm; mug & tokens sales close at 8:30 pm
The Oregon Brewers Festival is not a ticketed event, and there is no admission charge to enter the festival grounds. In order to consume beer or cider, you purchase a tasting package for $20 that includes a 2021 souvenir tasting mug and 10 tasting tokens (mugs are available on their own for $10). Additional tokens cost $1 apiece. The purchase of mugs and tokens is made on-site.
Patrons pay five tokens for a full 14-oz mug of beer or cider, or one token for a 3-oz taste. Enjoy Happy Hour on Wednesday and Thursday from 12pm to 3pm and pay just four tokens for a full 14-oz mug of beer or cider, or one token for a 3-oz taste.
Cash or Credit?
The mug/token sales booth is cash only and does not accept credit cards or checks. The festival does provide eight ATM machines on premise.
Minors are welcome all hours of the festival with a parent. Parents of minors between the ages of 14 and 20 will be required to sign a form acknowledging the responsibility of preventing children from consuming alcohol and the penalties for the parent and child.
No Pets Allowed
For the safety and happiness of our furry friends, and for venue cleanliness, please leave your pets comfortably at home. Service animals are welcome.
The Oregon Brewers Festival provides an opportunity to sample dozens of craft beer styles from craft brewers and cider makers. The event also offers a Meet the Brewer area, a Brewer Dunk Tank, beer-related vendors, homebrewing demonstrations, a games area, and an assortment of food trucks.
The Crater Lake Soda Garden presents complimentary handcrafted soda for minors and designated drivers; no mug purchase required.
The Oregon Brewers Festival was founded in 1988 as an opportunity to expose the public to microbrews at a time when the craft brewing industry was just getting off the ground. Today, that industry has flourished, with more than 8,000 craft breweries in America. Cheers!